How To Word A Child Custody Agreement

Parents agree that if different differences arise from this agreement, they will first seek to resolve these concerns by mutual agreement. 1. Parents share JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY of minor children: KIND`S NAME, NS CHILD`S DOB; AND CHILD`S NAME, BORN CHILD`S DOB. Children`s birthdays. Otherwise, if the father did not have access to a child on his birthday, the father still has access to that child until [NUMBER] hours. 1) FATHER has minor children at any other time. Parents will continue to use regular parental planning during children`s summer holidays, spring holidays and Christmas holidays, but each parent must be flexible so that both parents can spend time with the children during this school holidays. The mother has custody of the children. As such, the children reside at the mother`s home address and the mother is entitled to the family allowance paid by the father.

In the event of the death of the mother or in the event that the mother is unable or unable to perform her duties as legal guardian for the children, the father assumes all duties as the parents. The agreement should describe parenting schedules, including visitation plans, weekends, holidays and other education plan information. Exclusive or principal custody means that a parent has custody of all or most of the time. Shared custody means that the parties share custody equally. E. In an emergency, each parent is designated as a person to be contacted by the children`s school. The best thing parents can do to protect each other, and the child, is to be child-specific with all the conditions in the custody agreement. If parents wish to produce a document that only covers child care, they should use a child welfare contract.

CONSIDERING that the parties have the desire and intention to ensure definitively, through this agreement, custody and custody of the minor child. At all times and at any time, such as, but not limited, special occasions, holidays and vacation periods that have been specifically fixed or agreed upon at a later date, for a parent intended to spend with the child, replaces the regular educational routine.